01/02/2016

Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Actors under interrogation in situ:'s Hamlet

Hamlet, perhaps Shakespeare’s most enigmatic tragedy.

Over its 16-year history, in situ: has produced many remarkable interpretations of Shakespeare. A world of mirrors in Twelfth Night. Fantasy, vaudeville and horror in The Winter’s Tale. The nightmarish world of abused and broken dolls in Macbeth. We dig out what is most relevant, powerful and unsettling in Shakespeare.

Performed in-the-round, in situ:‘s Hamlet is inspired by sources as diverse as Butoh (Japan’s extraordinary “Dance of Darkness”) and John Le Carre’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.

Creepy. Intimate. Compelling.

in situ: creates a world of surveillance, corruption and fear, where paranoia is intertwined with the paranormal and nothing is what it appears to be.

Tickets for Hamlet

Venue: St. Andrew’s Hall, Chesterton, Cambridge | Map

Thursday March 17 – Saturday March 19
8:00pm

Tickets: SOLD OUT
Duration: 110 minutes approx
Suitable for: 14+